? (edit)A tightly-wrapped monster.Spooky, bandaged dead dude.A victim of poor first aid.But who's the daddy?A tightly-wrapped monster.Spooky, bandaged dead dude.A victim of poor first aid.But who's the daddy?A tightly-wrapped monster.Highly flammable!? (edit)Versions: 10
All Combat experience: 211.5
Combat experience: 211.5
All Combat level: 77
Combat level: 77
All Is members only: true
Is members only: true
All Release date: 18 April 2005
Release date: 18 April 2005
Mummies are undead enemies that can be found within the Jaldraocht Pyramid. The mummies in the Jaldraocht Pyramid are one of the final defenses of Azzanadra's imprisonment, and must be evaded across all four floors during the final part of the Desert Treasure quest.
Mummies are highly flammable, and as such are set aflame when they are hit by a fire spell. While they are weaker to fire than other attacks, being set on fire does not affect their combat prowess. If hit by a water spell while on fire, they will return to their normal state, and if killed while on fire, they will turn into ashes. As they are undead, they are also susceptible to the salve amulet and Undead Slayerinventionperk.
Aggressive mummies with the examine text of "Highly flammable!" spawn from the sarcophagi in the Jaldraocht Pyramid if a player is standing next to them, with another spawning as soon as the last is defeated. These mummies are completely immune to all attacks except fire spells, but cannot be set on fire like the other mummies. If players position themselves between two sarcophagi, they can be used for a relatively low-attention way of killing mummies, particularly useful if hunting for their champion scroll.
As the mummies in the Chaos Tunnels are numerous and close together, using area of affect abilities and spells such as chain and blood barrage provides an easy way to take down lots of mummies relatively quickly, and may serve as a better option for champion scroll hunters than the ones in Jaldroacht.
In February2012, the mummies had their combat levels increased from 103 to 138. This also increased their Ancient Effigy drop rates. This made the ones that spawned from the sarcophagi in the Jaldraocht Pyramid very popular for effigy hunters, since at the time they only had 10 life points. Their popularity has dropped since the effigy drop rate reduction, and their life points being increased to be the same as the other mummies with the Evolution of Combat.